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Dyson Pure Cool Tower

Dyson Pure Cool Tower

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3.8 from 45 reviews · View Statistics
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Pros

Highly effective air purification
Powerful airflow

Cons

At $99 per year, filters are expensive to replace

Reviews

  • Build Quality
    4.4 (41)
  • Value for Money
    3.2 (40)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    4.5 (41)
  • Ease of Use
    4.0 (11)
  • Noise Level
    3.6 (38)
  • Power
    3.9 (25)
  • Pet OwnerYes (4) · No (6)
  • Smokers Yes (1) · No (9)
  • Air Quality Improvement
    3.6 (8)
  • Odour Improvement
    3.4 (7)
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Gary C
Gary CGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC
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My first and last Dyson appliance.

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Purchased in at Harvey Norman for $700.

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daywolf
daywolfGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC
  • 16 reviews
  • 38 likes

A really good air purifier and fan, but a bit pricey

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Pete_Repeat
Pete_RepeatSydney, NSW
  • 7 reviews
  • 7 likes

Ok but not worth the money

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It looks nice...it's volume of air flow is quite low taking its price into account. I'm sure it's much noisier than a conventional fan at the same air flow. It's quite noisy on night mode contrary to what some say. In. A living room no problem, but in bedroom it's quite audible. I feel that a lot of owners are brand loyal so happy to pay a high price for something that doesn't offer a lot over others taking the price tag into account. I have given feedback for improvements of functions on their forum, but the answers (and other topics I've read) from dyson reps indicate that features don't really get added it's more talk, which is surprise for a premium price device.

Purchased for $499.

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Shirley Mae
Shirley MaeSouthwest, VIC
  • 3 reviews

Quiet fan for bedroom at night

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There is no overhead fan in my bedroom at rented apartment. So needed a really quiet but efficient fan to create comfort on hot nights, or even nights when the room can get stuffy. This fan is efficient and quiet, and I find I'm using it in other rooms during the day because it is just so quiet and effective. Its stylish design, although tall and largish, is nice enough to have in any room without feeling like I'm looking at a big ugly fan. The price point is more than I wanted to pay, but that's just how it is with Dyson products it seems.

Purchased in at Harvey Norman for $559.

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Far too loud!

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Returning this fan tomorrow as I was hoping for a silent quiet fan and it's so loud. You cannot sleep with this on the high setting as it's like sleeping with a vacuum cleaner on

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Me G.
Me G.South West, WA
  • 13 reviews
  • 2 likes

Overpriced cumbersome piece of rubbish

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Noisy
Hard to adjust
Poor airflow
Ridiculous remote control so small and not at all intuitive
Cumbersome and difficult to move
Very unhappy
It does clean the air a bit though.

Purchased in at RetraVision for $659.

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Suzy
SuzySouth East Queensland, QLD
  • 17 reviews
  • 25 likes

Expensive and disappointing

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Purchased in at Harvey Norman for $549.

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Christine Y
Christine Y
  • 5 reviews
  • 1 like

Purified air in small rooms well during bushfire season

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Bought mainly for purifying feature. Fan power enough for a small bedroom in hot or cool settings. I particularly like the link to the app where I can turn on etc from my phone and monitor the air quality. While only used when needed, still haven't had to change the filters for 1.5 years.

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KellieL
KellieLSydney
  • 35 reviews
  • 10 likes

It is OK but not worth the money

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We are a Dyson household - vacuum cleaner, hairdryer and straightener.

This is the first time I have been disappointed in a Dyson product. I bought this fan in the Black Friday sales as we don’t always have the AC on as it is only the two of us at home now.

Even on sale it was $600 and it is not as cooling as the tower fan we bought from Aldi for $60.00.

You cannot adjust the actual fan speed only the amount of air that comes out - it would be much better if you could have the fan on a three speed with the amount of air at say seven.

Even on nine this does not put out much cool air.

Nobody needs this fan and if you are buying to cool down, go to Aldi.

Purchased in for $594.

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Misleading Advertising

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I bought this product because it was advertised as a tower fan with air purification abilities. My expectations for $800 is that it would perform both tasks exceptionally well. I did a side by side comparison of the tower fan I was replacing and as a tower fan, it performs terribly, the airflow even on the highest setting is barely noticeable at a distance of 1.5m despite Dysons claims of powerful airflow and cooling abilities. Not to mention the noise, it operates louder than I would have expected but more importantly, it’s a really unpleasant noise. Don’t buy this product expecting to use it as a tower fan, despite the advertising, it is not intended to be used as one.

Purchased in for $798.

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Dwayne C.
Dwayne C.Darling Downs, QLD
  • 42 reviews
  • 37 likes

A breath of fresh air

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We got this because we are renovating in an older house and worried about any potentially small and dangerous microparticles, dust and any other nasties from hammering, drilling and so on. This thing exceeds our expectations and the metrics it provides on the fan as well as in the app are nice and helpful. The only downside is while the build quality is nice, this thing falls over very easily.

We have a 1.5-year-old and a 5-year-old. Our 1.5-year-old has knocked this over a lot, thankfully it is light and can take a beating, but it is an oversight for such an expensive product. The magnetic remote that sits on top also easily falls off, it feels like a bit of an oversight for an otherwise flawless and useful product.

Purchased in at The Good Guys for $798.

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Charis
CharisWagga Wagga
  • 13 reviews

Good fan and purifier. Easy to assemble

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Purchased in at Catch for $699.

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Gary C
Gary CGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC

My first and last Dyson appliance.

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Purchased in at Harvey Norman for $700.

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Annie4323
Annie4323AU
  • 15 reviews
  • 6 likes

Very happy!

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Set up: 15 mins to remove packaging, check instructions & remote control, put filters in and start it. Filtered air particulate matter (2.5ug and 10ug) in 5x5 m2 room in 20 mins from ~74ug to 25ug.
Extremely easy to use and operate.
Not noisy at highest fan speed(10), and low fan speeds are very quiet.
Optional Fan function gives nice light breeze even at 5m distance.
Filters @$99 per set. (2 sets required) are pricy, but last 1 year if operating 12 hrs/day. Unlikely to use that often!
Only improvements could be:
1. a little trolley or built in wheels to enable easy moving between rooms.
2. Handles for carrying. (Not supposed to use the loop).
Summary: Does the job. Very impressed.

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Picklemadge
PicklemadgeCanberra 2600, ACT
  • 8 reviews
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Well worth the investment

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Purchased in at David Jones.

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daywolf
daywolfGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC
  • 16 reviews
  • 38 likes

A really good air purifier and fan, but a bit pricey

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DamoonTwo
DamoonTwoNorth Queensland, QLD
  • 32 reviews
  • 17 likes

Purifier Perfection

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Questions & Answers

Wendy W.
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Pure Cool Tower

Recently when I have the in Auto and night mode, the pure cool turns it’s self off at night. Is this normal? I don’t remember it doing this before. I’ve had the unit for about 3 months.

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Thanks for the answer!

dvobgo92
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Hello, this question is for a Dyson support staff member. I just purchased two Dyson Pure Cool TP04 purifiers a few days ago and one of them works great but the second one I believe has an issue. Whenever in standby and in backward flow mode, the sensors accurately pick up the particulates in the room. BUT the moment I switch the fan to forward flow mode, the AQI goes down to GOOD and both the PM2.5 and PM10 readings go down to ZERO. This is definitely not normal as the 2nd purifier doesn’t change its readings no matter if it’s in backward or forward mode or in standby with continuous monitoring on.
For example: Even if the PM2.5 reading is 300ug/m3, it immediately goes down to 0ug/m3 as soon as I change the fan flow from backward to forward mode. If I then change the flow to backward mode again, the readings instantly come back to their previous normal levels. Huge disappointment... is there a fix for this?

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Kevin O
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Why does Dyson Pure Cool PM2.5 suddenly spike to levels as high as 999, and then return to normal levels? The unit has been in this room for months, and PM2.5 has always been at normal levels

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Dyson Pure Cool Tower

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Features:

  • Uses ‘Air Multiplier’ technology to operate using a bladeless fan design. Since blades are concealed within the fan base, this Dyson fan is a safer pick if you have curious babies or pets wandering around.
  • An in-built air purifier captures pollutants in the air, while a HEPA Filter and activated carbon filter work together to trap 99.95% of fine particles as small as 0.1 micros. You can also use the air purifier without the air circulating function, on more chilly days.
  • The oscillating function allows you to set the angle from 45 degrees to 350 degrees, to deliver cool and purified air evenly around the room
  • The Dyson Link app sends data to your smartphone in real-time, reporting on PM2.5, PM10, VOC and NO2 levels in the air
  • Quiet Mark accreditation awarded for being friendly on the ears, and Sensitive Choice approved by the National Asthma Council Australia, making this Dyson fan suitable for asthma and allergy sufferers.

Points of praise for the Dyson Pure Cool Tower:

  • This Dyson fan was most appreciated for its superior air purification function. The in-built air purifier is effective at identifying and getting rid of pollutants, especially from smoke caused by bushfires. This improves air quality and makes air fresher and more breathable.
  • Airflow is consistent and effective, moving around air in a room to make it feel more comfortable to be in. The higher the speed, however, the noisier the fan will become – although it’s still much quieter than other bladeless fans on the market, according to reviewers.
  • The Dyson Link app provides thorough and reliable data about the pollutants in the air.

Pain points with the Dyson Pure Cool Tower:

  • It’s easy to knock over, which can often happen if you have toddlers running around. Luckily this is more so inconvenient rather than dangerous, since there are no external blades to worry about with this Dyson fan.
  • Dyson recommends changing the air purifier filters once every 12 months, but they are expensive to replace, costing $99 for a set of two (the glass HEPA and inner carbon filter).
  • The lack of a handle made this fan less ergonomically friendly, and reviewers found it frustrating that they couldn’t transport it from room to room easily.
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CategoryAir Purifiers and Standalone FansAir Purifiers and Standalone Fans
Price (RRP) $799.00$799.00
FeaturesBladeless, HEPA Filter, Oscillating, Remote Control and TimerBladeless, HEPA Filter, Oscillating, Remote Control and Timer
HEPA FilterYesYes
FeaturesAdjustable Speed Settings, Automatic Air Quality Monitor, Carbon Filter, Filter Life Indicator, Mobile App, Remote Control and TimerAdjustable Speed Settings, Automatic Air Quality Monitor, Carbon Filter, Filter Life Indicator, Mobile App, Remote Control and Timer
Weight4.9 kg4.9 kg
Dimensions 1054 x 206 x 117 mm1054 x 206 x 117 mm
TypeTowerTower
Cord Length1.8 m1.8 m
Manufacturer Warranty2 year(s)2 year(s)
Colour / FinishBlack NickelWhite Silver
Construction
Body MaterialMetalMetal
Release date
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